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Poster: cousinkix1953 Date: Sep 16, 2009 12:32am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Dead FM Broadcasts

I might as well add these to the list since the 80s-90s were not so long ago

12/31/82 KRQR San Francisco
12/31/83 KFOG San Francisco
*simulcast on KERG a Dan Healy owned station in Garbervile and many others mentioned throughout the first set between the songs.

6/21/84 *Rex Foundation Benifit heard on many stations.
12/31/84 KFOG San Francisco
12/31/85 KFOG San Francisco
*the second set was simulcast on KQED 9 TV as well as the USA Cable Network

6/22/86 KPFA Berkeley fundraiser
12/31/86 KPFA Berkeley
3/31/87 WNMR Philadelphia
4/7/87 WNEW
6/20/87 KPFA Berkeley fundraiser
12/31/87 KPFA Berkeley
7/15/88 KPFA Berkeley fundraiser
7/16/88 KPFA Berkeley fundraiser
7-17/88 KPFA Berkeley fundraiser
12/31/88 KPFA Berkeley
5/6/89 KZSU Stanford Univ.*Rex Foundation Benifit
5/7/89 KZSU Stanford Univ.*Rex Foundation Benifit
8/17/89 KPFA Berkeley fundraiser
8/18/89 KPFA Berkeley fundraiser
8/19/89 KPFA Berkeley fundraiser
12/31/89 KPFA Berkeley
3/30/90 WNEW New York
12/31/90 KPFA Berkeley
12/31/91 KPFA Berkeley

A friend of mine says that some of the earlier Frost shows were broadcast on KZSU. The 92 or 93 Cal-Expo Rex Foundation was also broadcast on a local Sacramento station. David Gans used some of those tapes on his own shows..

This post was modified by cousinkix1953 on 2009-09-16 07:32:54

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Poster: Mandojammer Date: Sep 16, 2009 10:49am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Dead FM Broadcasts

Minor correction/addition -

The 3/31/87 show was broadcast on 93.3 FM, WMMR in Philly, hosted by Pierre Robert. Interestingly (or not) Robert interned at KSAN in the 70s which no doubt formed his style.

93.3 (WMMR) and Q102 (WIOQ 102.1) were the top two stations in the Delaware Valley for both the hippie and 'cool' crowd all through Junior High and High School.

Thanks for the flashback........

This post was modified by Mandojammer on 2009-09-16 17:49:06

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Poster: skies Date: Sep 16, 2009 10:54am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Dead FM Broadcasts

MAHAKALA THE UGLY WAS YOUR TWIN HEAD MANDOJAMMER ? SKULL AND ROSES YOU ?

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